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() Months after revealing its most ambitious foray into services yet, Apple has finally disclosed more details on Arcade and TV+.

During its highly-anticipated product launch event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino on Tuesday, Apple confirmed both services will be available this fall for $4.99 per month each.

Apple Arcade is slated to launch Sept. 19, followed by Apple TV+ on Nov. 1.

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Months after revealing its most ambitious foray into services yet, Apple has finally disclosed more details on Arcade and TV+

Months after revealing its most ambitious foray into services yet, Apple has finally disclosed more details on Arcade and TV+

Apple kicked off the event with a look at its upcoming gaming service, Apple Arcade.

‘We’re adding a whole new way for you to enjoy games on the app store,’ CEO Tim Cook said.

Apple Arcade will exist as a new tab in the App Store, and subscribers will have unlimited access to its library, which will be continually updating.

It will launch with over 100 titles from popular game-makers, including Konami, Capcom, and Annapurna, starting with Frogger, Shinsekai into the Depths, and Sayonara Wild Hearts.

New games are also expected to be added in the coming weeks, the firm says.

Apple kicked off the event with a look at its upcoming gaming service, Apple Arcade. Apple Arcade will exist as a new tab in the App Store, and subscribers will have unlimited access to its library, which will be continually updating

Apple kicked off the event with a look at its upcoming gaming service, Apple Arcade. Apple Arcade will exist as a new tab in the App Store, and subscribers will have unlimited access to its library, which will be continually updating

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